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  • Nathalie Belhoste est docteur en science politique et enseignant-chercheur à Grenoble Ecole de Management au sein du département Homme, Organisations et Société

    Going global: unexpected obstacles for French SMEs

    Published on 26 February 2019

    International growth is a key turning point for many SMEs. But does a “global elite” facilitate or hinder an SME’s expansion abroad?

  • Les femmes et les métiers du numérique

    Women in a digital world

    Published on 25 February 2019

    The Grenoble Business Review continues its series on women in the digital world. We speak with Charlotte and Jalila, both of whom entered and found their place in a digital world often perceived as being open only to men.

  • Missions étudiantes : un guichet unique pour les entreprises

    Student missions: a new web platform for companies

    Published on 25 February 2019

    In April 2019, Grenoble Ecole de Management will launch a new web platform for partner companies to submit content for student missions. With approximately 100 missions per year, the school is gearing up to grow collaborations and reach 300 to 400...

  • Margaux Raab et Hugo Avale, Fondateurs de neojobs

    Agility: the first key to entrepreneurship

    Published on 25 February 2019

    The co-founders of neojobs share first hand advice drawn from their startup experience. And behind all of their advice lies the importance of agility for any entrepreneurial project.

  • Charles-Clemens Rüling, Directeur de la Recherche à GEM, parle du défi de la confiance collective dans le secteur de la santé

    Health Sector: Charles-Clemens Rüling about the challenge of collective trust

    Published on 22 February 2019

    Charles-Clemens Rüling, Associate Dean for Research at GEM and Coordinator of the Chair for Public Trust in Health

  • Federico Pigni a propos de Digital Twins dans une interview accordée au canal Xerfi.

    Why are Digital Twins becoming a business imperative?

    Published on 14 February 2019

    What are these custom and very specific types of virtual simulations and how can they open up a multitude of new opportunities for us?